From Green Party of Pennsylvania <[email protected]>
Subject Help Greens Get On The Ballot During COVID-19
Date April 1, 2020 1:05 PM
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We need your help, Friend!

Normally at this time of year, Green Party volunteers are out knocking on doors so we can collect signatures from voters on petitions to meet state law requirements for the Green Party to be on the ballot in November.

But COVID-19 is a serious illness -- staying at home is necessary to save lives, but it also means we're unable to collect signatures. This means Greens might not be on the ballot this November unless we take urgent action!

We're asking everyone to do the following:

- Please add your electronic signature to our petition to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and other state and legislative leaders to grant an exception this year, allowing Greens on the ballot without the usual signature requirement. Read the petition and sign at: [link removed].
- Please share the petition widely! Share with friends and family, post on social media, whatever! If you do, please tag the Governor and state legislators and ask them to support the petition demands.

We'll be in touch with everyone that signs the petition again soon with updates. We're looking into other methods to get on the ballot, including possibly a mail-in petition campaign and/or legal action.

Click Here to Sign the Petition <[link removed]>

Thank you for your support!

Garret Wassermann
2020 Green Wave team lead & Green Party candidate for state representative, 45th district <>

Green Party of Pennsylvania
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Green Party of Pennsylvania - PO Box 59524, Philadelphia, PA 19102, United States
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